The commission said in a notice the said video is alleged to be from Bengaluru, Karnataka.
The commission said it has identified 14 more tweets, apart from the ones it has already flagged, involving children in sexual activities.
Senior officers of the Delhi Police, who appeared before the DCW on Friday, said they have set up eight expert teams and conducted raids across the country.
The Delhi Commission For Women (DCW) has recommended hospitals to conduct mandatory HIV tests of sexual assault survivors on their first visit.
Panel said it has issued notice to Director General of Prisons seeking details of FIR & enquiry report in this. It has also sought to know steps taken by authorities to ensure safety of female staff.
The DCW said it received a complaint from a woman who said her son was sexually assaulted by people who even inserted a rod in his private parts.
The boy has been admitted to a hospital in very critical condition.
Twitter and the Delhi Police have been given time till September 26 to respond to the summonses.
The commission also issued notices to all district magistrates in Delhi seeking information about the status of the LCCs in their district.
However, she was once again abducted by the accused and forced into prostitution in Pune and Delhi.
According to the notice, the DCW has taken suo-moto cognisance of media reports of the case of stalking and attempt to murder of a girl in Sangam Vihar in south Delhi.
The commission will submit recommendations from the study to the Centre and the Delhi government for the rehabilitation of these refugee women.
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Following the criticism, Khanna said he was not making comments on general man-woman relationship and his purpose was to make the 'youth aware about sex racket'.
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DCW chief Swati Maliwal had also written to the Department of Personnel and Training (DoPT), seeking its urgent intervention into the matter.
The accused has been apprehended and being interrogated while his wife is still absconding said the DCP.
The Delhi Commission for Women (DCW) has issued a notice to health officials and Delhi Police seeking data regarding HIV testing of sexual assault survivors and accused.
The DCW said the alleged action of the bank is 'discriminatory and illegal' as it is contrary to the Maternity Benefits provided under 'The Code of Social Security, 2020'.
She had also written to the Union Minister of Information and Broadcasting Anurag Thakur seeking his intervention in the matter.
The DCW has also sought an FIR against the police officers concerned for allegedly refusing to act in the matter.
In its notice, the DCW said that an inquiry took place regarding safety of girls in primary schools of Delhi after receiving many complaints.